50 comrades in 90 days: A Moi Uni fresher’s tale
Posted Sunday, June 24 2012 at 01:00
Going by recent events in Moi University’s main campus, it may be time to consider a new title for first year students as it would seem the term “fresher” has gone stale. While you savour the pun, here’s the grim reality.
Male students in the said campus are an unsettled lot owing to a rumour doing rounds in the campus linking a mysterious female student to a certain ‘list’.
Frankly, something needs to be done about Moi University ladies and these ‘lists’ of theirs.
Not long ago, the institution was a minefield of panic after a list containing 132 names surfaced causing male students in the campus to stain their drawers. On the brighter side, the ‘list’ currently doing rounds is said to only contain 50 names.
As the story goes, the lady in question who is no less than a first year with only 90 days mileage on the comradeship track, is said to have engaged in intercourse with (a record?) 50 guys in the campus.
Either this lass is a total knockout or the dudes in Moi Uni are way too horny for life. Literally speaking that is.
The female Casanova reportedly went ahead to admit that she knowingly exposed her ‘victims’ to an STI and HIV viruses (what difference does it make really?) which she carries.
In an alleged account by one of the victims, the lady is said to have implored her mark that they carry on with the activities as planned after revealing her status to him and that she had intentionally lured him into her trap as she had done with many other comrades in the campus.
After all, she reasoned, the damage had already been done, so why not? That right there is the definition of ‘sweet poison’.
Naturally, the outrage that greeted the story was resounding. Of course none of the casualties emerged to quantify the story and the alleged perpetrator of the crime, which by the way is legally punishable, is still at large.
Probably even adding two counts to her tally with every passing day in keeping with her original pace.
Some students who would be said to be ‘in the know’ have however rubbished the incident claiming it was nothing but a rumour started by some agents of the administration to contain the highly active sexual activities amongst the students in the campus.
Others claim it was a move by some members of the student council to tarnish the names of certain personalities in the university who they are said to be in bad books with and are implicated in the saga.
True or not, this situation has caused a lot of sleepless nights for those comrades who are believed to frequent the now infamous Hostel J in the institution. Much worse for those who actually have.